Definition of underlife in English:

underlife

Line breaks: under|life
Pronunciation: /ˈʌndəlʌɪf
 
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noun (plural underlives /-lʌɪvz/)

A way of living with which the general public do not normally come into contact: the influences of the student underlife
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  • As an artist-reporter he had delved into the wretched underlife of the city.
  • It was one of my old haunts when I was a frequent visitor to New York, working on a novel with underlife scenes on the streets of Brooklyn.

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